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I love it!  You'll have to see if you can bring customs into Mexico from the states.  I'm not sure if you can fly them in (either in luggage or thru customs itself...).  Maybe see if your wedding planner has a place you can buy them when you get there?  

 

I really want to do sparklers as well, but I don't think that I want to deal with the hassle!!

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We're bringing small alfajores and putting them in little favor boxes that I bought on ebay . Here are pictures www.cocokaramel.ca

 

 

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We have ordered fans with our names and wedding date on them and placing them on the chairs at the ceremony. It's going to be hot in the Riviera Maya in July and we thought people might actually make use of them.

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We're bringing small alfajores and putting them in little favor boxes that I bought on ebay . Here are pictures www.cocokaramel.ca

 

 

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Are you worried about bringing these over the border because they are food and not necessarily "packaged"? They look fantastic! I'm in Calgary and may need to go here just to try these! I love the idea!

 

 

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Are you worried about bringing these over the border because they are food and not necessarily "packaged"? They look fantastic! I'm in Calgary and may need to go here just to try these! I love the idea!

 

 

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I don't think so. They should be ok I think but it would really depend on how many I need to bring. They can also be packaged just to make the trip. I wouldn't get the decorated ones just out of fear that the decorations will not make it and then I can't replace them with more. Plan b is tiny jars of dulce de leche and they would go inside the same boxes :). That might be a lot easier to carry over there too. I'm kind of torn between the two.

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I don't think so. They should be ok I think but it would really depend on how many I need to bring. They can also be packaged just to make the trip. I wouldn't get the decorated ones just out of fear that the decorations will not make it and then I can't replace them with more. Plan b is tiny jars of dulce de leche and they would go inside the same boxes :). That might be a lot easier to carry over there too. I'm kind of torn between the two.

Ooooooo I love it! Do you know somewhere local that sells the small jars of dulce de leche?? Or are you thinking of picking it up locally once there? I love the stuff and found it once at sunterra but wasn't able to find it last time I was there.

 

 

 

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Ooooooo I love it! Do you know somewhere local that sells the small jars of dulce de leche?? Or are you thinking of picking it up locally once there? I love the stuff and found it once at sunterra but wasn't able to find it last time I was there.

 

 

 

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Yes! So where they sell the alfajores it's actually my mom who makes them and she has dulce de leche. She can make the tiny jars for a special order and she has the bigger jars usually at the store :). This is the address #32 2110-41 ave NE. I put dulce de leche on everything! Haha

 

 

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Yes! So where they sell the alfajores it's actually my mom who makes them and she has dulce de leche. She can make the tiny jars for a special order and she has the bigger jars usually at the store :). This is the address #32 2110-41 ave NE. I put dulce de leche on everything! Haha

 

 

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Sooooo going there! I may even find a way to incorporate the small jars as a "thank you" once we are back to everyone who travelled!

 

Ps- I didn't realize you officially went with Laurielee, she is so awesome!

 

 

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Sooooo going there! I may even find a way to incorporate the small jars as a "thank you" once we are back to everyone who travelled!

 

Ps- I didn't realize you officially went with Laurielee, she is so awesome!

 

 

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I did! I think we're saving a lot on our hotel so yay! I just found out azul fives is on the expensive side of the karisma family hotels. Oops! Haha. No one has booked yet but she's always been around every time I have questions or anything.

 

 

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I love the ornament idea! Unfortunately my wedding date is right after Christmas, but every vacation we go on we always get an ornament. Love love love it!

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